Politics

This is the book Trump wants in "every classroom in America," presumably without the QAnon propaganda.
"I want to thank the Supreme Court for reminding women they're second-class citizens" in time for the midterms, Michael Moore quipped sarcastically.
Digital World Acquisition Corp. loses $139 million in investment commitments in the latest trouble for Trump's social media platform, according to an SEC filing.
As the country marks National Public Lands Day this weekend, the political tug of war over federal lands and waters wages on.
At a recent rally, the former president was "ranting and raving for more than an hour, and you have these rows of young men with their arms raised," said Clinton.
Yet the ex-president still played music linked to the conspiracy moment, bashed the investigations against him, and falsely claimed he won the 2020 election.
"The American people need to know that there are connections that need to be explored more," warned a communications analyst for the Jan. 6 House panel.
Since July, women voters’ approval of Biden in the Emerson College survey has jumped 10 percentage points, from 39% to 49%.
No Air Force documents indicate that J.R. Majewski — a Trump-boosting Republican running in a swing district — actually deployed to Afghanistan.
A treaty from the Andrew Jackson era allows the tribe to send a representative to Congress, but questions on seating remain.